The famous actor is looking for a new home in the Big Apple, so he already asked about a luxurious apartment that was the object of desire of Cindy Crawford and model Jasmine Dwyer
Jared Leto, 49, who has just returned from Italy after filming the movie ‘House of Gucci’, was seen last weekend in New York City, where he went in search of what could be his next home.
According to information from the New York Post, the Oscar-winning actor visited one of the most coveted penthouses in the Big Apple, so we will have to be vigilant if he manages to get hold of it or if he will stay with the desire, as has happened with other Hollywood personalities.
The penthouse, located inside the building marked 199 Mott Street, was toured in 2019 by Cindy Crawford and her husband, Rande Gerber, while Australian model Jasmine Dwyer also tried to rent it.
The luxurious property, which has an area of 3,088 square feet, was launched on the market for $ 8,439,000 dollars, while when it was for rent its value reached $ 30,000 dollars a month.
According to the technical sheet, released by the Street Easy portal, the apartment has three bedrooms, three bathrooms and is located on the eighth floor of a building built-in 2015.
It also has a living room, kitchen, dining room, main room, TV room, library, balcony, and a spacious private terrace for sunbathing.
The penthouse is located in the picturesque neighborhood of Nolita, so from the apartment, you have spectacular views of some of the most iconic buildings in the city, including the Empire State Building.
Another point in favor of the luxurious home is that it has only had one owner, Ratmir Sardarov, who acquired it in 2015 for $ 10.79 million.
In 2017 he tried to sell it for $ 11.65 million, but the lack of interested parties caused him to reconsider his position and start offering it at a price well below what he paid six years ago.
It transpired that Jared Leto is looking for a temporary home in New York City, where he will move, for a few months, to give life to Andy Warhol in a biographical film.